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? it is outdated. should congress take a meat cleaver or scalpel to it? and how much of change we make to make sure we are protecting the stored e-mail communications, which is the critical piece of the statute. that is the question of whether the statute allows the government to get stored e- mails that are over 180 days old and get them with something short of a search warrant. they can get a court order showing the information is relevant or use a subpoena without a court's involvement. they can use a court order or a subpoena. that does not work under the fourth amendment. we could have the legal debates. we need to think about the real-life implications of what a new standard that you have to use. you have to probable cause to get a warrant every time the government wants to get stored e-mails -- what those implications be. that would be serious. one would say, if you are going to get a court order any way to get access to those communications, you have to show those communications are relevant to an ongoing investigation. what is the difference between that and showing possible cause that the
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